The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have confirmed the death of an Australian man in Bali.
Perth father Daniel Evans died in the village of Kuta, in southern Bali, and DFAT was now providing consular assistance to the man’s family.
The 24-year-old is believed to have died after he fell through a glass door and struck a blood vessel, the Herald Sun reported.
DFAT was unable to confirm any detail’s around the man’s death when contacted by The New Daily.
“Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is providing consular assistance to the family of an Australian who died in Kuta, Bali,” DFAT said in a statement.
“Due to privacy considerations, we will not be providing further information.”
Olivia Branson, a friend of the deceased man, posted a tribute to him on social media.
“Daniel fell through a glass window … and cut him self [sic] up he lost a lot of blood and passed away,” she wrote on Facebook.
“RIP Daniel Evans… We had a beautiful day in Bali with you… wish this never happened… Love you so much my brother hope ur okay up there.”
Denpasar police chief Anak Agung Made Sudana said the man’s body was now at the Sanglah morgue.
Kuta police chief Ida Bagus Deddy Januartha said there was no sign of any crime having been committed.
“The victim was drunk. He smashed down the glass in the hotel which caused injuries. The victim was brought to Siloam hospital but his life could not be saved,” Mr Januartha said.
“There is no crime that caused the death. We have asked his friends also and they also said that the victim was drunk at that time.”
The man was holidaying with friends and due to leave the Kuta hotel on September 23.
An autopsy is yet to be carried out.